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Season high for MAFS on Nine’s winning Sunday

Ratings: Married at First Sight doubled the competition once again and hit 1.1m viewers.

Nine was unbeatable on Sunday from 6pm – 9:30pm.

Married at First Sight drew a new season high at 1.1m metro viewers and easily topped the demos. That caused headaches for everything else across the board.

Seven’s Ivan Milat: Buried Secrets drew 481,000 which is only a slight improvement on Ultimate Tag, and nowhere near the numbers last year for the doco on Murder in the Outback. But it did pip The Amazing Race Australia (462,000 from 7:30pm), Grand Designs NZ (438,000 from 7:40pm) and Michael Palin In North Korea (243,000 from 7:30pm).

Later 60 Minutes drew 626,000 then Harrow (436,000) and Silent Witness (287,000).

Nine network won Sunday with a dominant 35.8% then Seven 23.3%, ABC 16.8%, 10 15.4% and SBS 8.7%.

Nine News won its slot at 946,000 with an Under Investigation repeat at 282,000.

Seven News was best or Seven at 904,000. Movie: Kingsman The Golden Circle was just 169,000.

ABC News drew 685,000 with Antiques Roadshow at 196,000.

The Sunday Project pulled 367,000 / 256,000 for 10. 10 News First was 242,000 / 211,000 then FBI: Most Wanted (184,000 / 95,000).

On SBS it was  SBS World News (180,000 / 139,000) and Burger Wars: Burger King vs McDonalds (145,000).

Bluey topped multichannels even at 164,000. Compass returned to 80,000 in its new home.

OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 14 March 2021

7 Responses

        1. Too many viewers still see only 4 options:
          I’ve already seen the news, not interested in Far Left stuff on the Project, MAFS is disgusting, which only leaves 7 – and 7 has pleased me often in the past.

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